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SHARP News Sep 21
Our 2018 bibliography of publications is now live! Listings are sorted by country.
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Brill History Sep 14
Over 2,400 dissertations have been added to Online, representing a century of bibliographic research. Thanks to BHO’s editorial team: , and – all book historians at the
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Huub van der Linden Sep 21
What a great chain of owners! Yarburgh Reresby gave it to James Moyser, Robert Steele gave it to Nathalie Dolmetsch, violin builder Friedemann Hellwig owned it, then Ton Koopman did, and now it's at the .
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Asylum Libraries Sep 21
The library catalogues of the Crichton Royal, Murray Royal and Royal Edinburgh Asylums are now in a manageable(ish!) format. Next up: analysis!
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K. A. Wisniewski 11h
The next Virtual Book Talk takes place this Thursday, September 24, at 2pm EDT. Author will discuss her upcoming book ! Registration is open:
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MAPP Sep 17
Very excited about this event! Building Better Book Feminisms
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Tia Blassingame Sep 16
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Daniel Bellingradt Sep 18
What on earth happened to this binding, ? And why are the paper sheets so untouched and clean?
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Borealia Sep 14
The Readers called Methodists: reviews Scott McLaren's _Pulpit, Press, and Politics: Methodists and the Market for Books in Upper Canada_ ()
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Marie Léger-St-Jean Sep 18
So who is not at and will therefore be joining us in 30 minutes for ? the trials and tribulations of (pandemic) life & me up north East Coast: 11am-12pm British Isles: 4-5pm Central Europe: 5-6pm DM me for the Zoom meeting details
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SHARPCanada 44m
Big project happening here!👇
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Dr. 4T Sep 16
For those doing but not knowing (enough) German, here is a good graphic with explanations for a book's different parts.
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Sara Charles Sep 18
My latest blogpost, reflecting on the relationship between manuscripts and the natural landscape
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Daniel Bellingradt Sep 18
Using the vox magica ABRACADABRA for magic purposes in the so-called fading scheme goes back to Roman antiquity. In this sixteenth-century book about 'how to deal with superstition' ( Mscr.Dresd.M.206; ) it is used in style.
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Daniel Bellingradt Sep 18
How to steal and hide rare books: an underground business. “The books were discovered buried underground at a rural property in Neamt, Romania.”
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EarlyModern_KULeuven Sep 19
Today, defended her PhD dissertation, ‘Languages of Evangelization’, with flying colours! Congratulations dr. Zanna Van Loon!
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Andrea Reyes E Sep 17
This is from 2018 but just recently online: Paper Weight, an article on my side research project on as a of . 👉 👈
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Daniel Bellingradt Sep 15
, we have a deep-fried approach to :
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Sara Charles Sep 15
Just received my first email from Beginning Cataloguing Monthly! It's full of useful info and great features, including 'Typo Tipoff', and a really exciting list of courses and seminars to sign up for!
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RISM Sep 17
"Books and Culture" strand of Antwerp Summer School 2021 has been announced, centered at the fabulous Museum Plantin-Moretus:
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